Popular striker Mason Bloomfield returns to the Saunders Transport Community Stadium after a season away from the Club.

Looking back to before Bloomfield’s first spell with Farnborough, he started his career with Dagenham & Redbridge back in 2014, before dipping into Non-League with the likes of Chelmsford City, Billericay Town, Grays Athletic, Witham Town, Brentwood Town and Aveley.

He then enjoyed loan stints in the EFL with Crawley Town and season-long spells in The National League with Barnet and Hartlepool United, before he signed for Bromley in February 2022.

Bloomfield scored twice in 13 appearances for The Ravens and is a Wembley winner, having helped Bromley to FA Trophy glory in a 1-0 victory over Wrexham in the Final infront of over 46,000 spectators, which is where he caught the eye of Boro boss Spencer Day.

Westminster-born Bloomfield was a crucial part of Boro’s end to the 2022/23 National League South season – where the team narrowly missed out on the Play-Off places. He scored 11 times in 21 appearances after signing late in December 2022.

The sharpshooter left Farnborough following the conclusion of the 2022/23 season. He spent the entirety of last season at Hampton & Richmond Borough, scoring 10 goals in 39 appearances. The Beavers fell short of The National League South Play-Offs for the second season in a row.

Mason returns to Farnborough hoping to make it third time lucky in his hunt for The Vanarama National League South Play-Offs… or one better.

Buzzing to be back, Bloomfield told the Club’s Media:

“It was a no brainer. I really enjoyed the season I had when I was here. I felt like this is where I started to play my best football and enjoy football again.

“It was just a no brainer to come back – plus the fans! Everyone around the club is brilliant.”

Mason hopes to bring to the team: “Goals, hopefully! Being a focal point up top, supporting the team and hard work.”

Manager Spencer Day spoke of Bloomfield’s return:

“Delighted to get Mason back to Boro! A very popular striker in his first spell both on and off the pitch who gives us both physical presence and goals.

“Again, he’s protected the club in his deal, which shows the measure of the man.

“Yet again, the fact a pedigree player wants to return is a show of where this club is continually progressing and as he is known to us, a much lower risk than signing a completely new player.

“A class act that I’m thrilled has chosen to return.”

Mason has been allocated shirt number 26.